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Letter A: Displaying 2221 - 2240 of 2362
expression of pain or fright.
ɑːyiːltiɑː
Orthographic Variants: 
āyīltiā

causative of ay(i), to do something (see Karttunen)

ɑyoh
Orthographic Variants: 
ayoh

something liquid, such as wine or honey; or, someone who has been corrected and scolded (see Molina)

the juice or broth of a food.

interjection, to call someone

Orthographic Variants: 
ayoa tlaqualloa, ayohua tlaqualohua, youa tlaqualoua

to put on a banquet or function to celebrate a wedding (see Molina)

a very great abundance of riches and property (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
ayoc nipinaua

to have already lost one's shame (see Molina)

one who is insensitive (see Molina)

no longer present, no longer appearing (see Molina)

ɑjoːkɑhkɑlloːtɬ

turtle shell, tortoise shell (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
ayocaxca

with difficulty, or just barely (see Molina)

already from nowhere (see Molina)

for a wet person, animal or thing to drip.
#gotear. También AYOCHOCHOPICA. ni. persona, animal salvaje, animal domestico y cosas mojadas gotean. “mi mama lavo rápido y tendió enfrente de la casa ahora gotea la ropa porque no lo exprimió bien.”
for a wet person, animal or thing to drip.
# gotear. También AYOCHICHIPICA. ni. persona, animal salvaje, animal domestico y cosas mojadas gotean. “mi mama lavo rápido y tendió enfrente de la casa ahora gotea la ropa porque no lo exprimió bien.”

to be provoking, to be incorrigible (see Molina, who puts this example in the first person singular)

ɑjokmo

no longer

no longer.
ɑjokomolli

black bean stew (see attestations)

ɑyohkoneːtɬ
Orthographic Variants: 
ayohconētl

small squash (see Karttunen)